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Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Exclusive Look into New Reasearch Facility

Today is a banner day in the life of the newly established Dacula Ornithology Research Center. Later today in a press release they plan to share vital information with the general public regarding their ground breaking scientific findings.

However this exclusive preview is being brought to you, the ever faithful blogging community with the exclusive permission of the director of the institute, who is herself a member of the blogging community. Her desire to share these scientific findings on their in-depth study of the Blue Bird (Eastern Bluebird, Sialia sialis) is to date one of the proudest moments of this newly formed research facility.

As a result of their highly scientific and ground breaking research techniques they were able to acquire this astounding footage of the blue birds in its natural habitat. What you are witnessing is the results of hours of arduous effort and patience by the research director’s diligence as well as her tireless effort for the pursuit of scientific advancement.

As of 6:45 Eastern Standard Time this morning on Wednesday, June 4, 2008 the D.O.R.C. can confirm that a pair of Blue birds have kissed and made up and have begun setting up house at the main research headquarters.

In a rare glimpse into the workings of the research facility these photographs were obtained of the observatory of this facility. These never before seen photos give you a rare glimpse into the highly scientific and state of the art research facility.

The director wants to assure the blogging community that she will remain vigilant and report all the lasted and most current developments as soon as they become available.


Paula (SweetPea) said...

You are a hoot! In a good way.

I was unable to get your video from this computer so until about half way through I thought you were being serious!

What we bird lovers do for our birds!

You are a great story-teller!

Paula (SweetPea) said...

Doncha wonder what they are thinking, doing, saying in their songs. In the beginning when the one flew out fast it sounded like he hit the window. There was a lot of bangin' going on at the end also. Was that you? Did you notice the bird on your fence around 1 min 45 s? Like how come he got the twigs and then just standed on the edge of the house before entering. Just fascinating.

Thanks for sharing.

Mary said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog, Robin. And I am enjoying reading yours! I enjoyed watching the blue birds, and I too, was wondering what the banging was toward the end.

And about the shower. We just recently put a new shower in our bathroom. Our house is over thirty-five years old. And we chose the clear glass doors. I couldn't help but smile when I saw you would like to have the frosted and I LOVE the clear! But it is upstairs and is only used when company comes so they have to worry about using the squidgy.

I still LOVE the picture on the front of your post. I would so enjoy taking a lawn chair and put in under one of the beautiful trees and just drink in the beauty.


Robin Lambright said...

Yea, the banging was from me. I guess the sound on the camera really amplifies small noises. The banging noises are the adjustments I made as I moved the position of the camera to get a better frame for the video. I have to twist and tighten the handle of the tripod to moved the camers. It sound a lot louder on the video than it really is. Weird huh!

Sarah said...

I love DORCs. :)

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